Saturday, November 17, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ A Vampire's Heart by Kayleigh Sky



Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK - Available exclusive to Amazon and in Kindle Unlimited

Length: 98,551 words

Publisher: Kiss Drunk Books

Blurb

Vampires live.

And they hunger…

Otto Jones, a cop assigned to the seemingly random murder of a vampire, would rather hide out in the nearest bar than waste his time on a dead vamp. He hates the bloodthirsty demons. But when the king of the vampires commands him to work with one of the lesser princes and find the killer, he has no choice.

Prince Jessamine Senera is ready to sacrifice his happiness in a loveless marriage for his family’s benefit… but not yet. He dreams of adventure, excitement, and true love. He lives on romance novels and detective stories and wishes he could drink synthetic blood like every other vampire. But he can’t. He needs human blood to survive and is hated by vampires and humans alike.

As Otto and Jessa draw closer to an entity that doesn’t want to be discovered, Otto finds the heart he thought long dead opening to the romance-loving Jessa. No good can possibly come from falling in love with a vampire, but when a shadowy assailant attacks Jessa, Otto will descend into the darkest pit of the earth to rescue him.

If you like vampires, mythical and urban settings, intense suspense, and happy ever after, then you’ll love this first book in the dark and mysterious Ellowyn Found trilogy!

A Vampire’s Heart is a stand-alone paranormal dystopian noir romance with a satisfying conclusion to the love story and a central mystery that weaves the trilogy together.


So… About me. I’ve never run a marathon or scaled Mt. Everest. I’ve never scuba dived or sky dived. I’ve surfed though. That was fun. I have six tattoos, and I really love ink. I also love all plants. Zinnias are one of my favorite flowers. If you’ve never see a zinnia, look it up. Very pretty. It’s an old-timey plant but super easy to grow. Anyway, the big thing I do is write m/m erotic romance. But as much as I love romance and sex, I really love going deep into the dark with my characters. What are their wounds? How can I peel them raw and drag them into the light? This leads to some fairly dark stories sometimes, but even the dark ones come with humor. I think the contradictions in people are ripe for hilarious scene setups. I need humor and light in my life—otherwise, I go into some pretty dark places myself. I live with only one cat now—I once had thirteen. That was crazy. I take up most of the things I research for my characters—photography, tarot, and jewelry making for example. I even bought a recorder once because Ori from Jesus Kid played one. I love that part of my job. I also love to walk and lift weights. I’m not a big fan of yoga—just throwing that out there. So far, all of my characters embody something of me, and all of my characters have given me something of them. But no matter what the struggle is from book to book, love always wins out. I'm strong on plot, strong on character, stronger on love. You can count on happily ever after from me every time. I write my stories to open hearts and uplift spirits. Love matters. It counts. And it's for everyone.

Peace.

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A Vampire’s Heart, Ellowyn Found 1 by Kayleigh Sky was an interesting read. A little slow on the upstart, the book soon picked up and I couldn’t put it down. A world where humans and vampires exist in a symbiotic, yet not copacetic relationship, human detective Otto found himself in the center of a murder case, an obnoxious vampire partner, and a baby prince whom intrigued him. 

Jessamine, prince of one of the royal vampire families, loved romance and believed in fated love. He’s well taken care of by his sister and brother, yet longed for love and adventure. Finding himself paired with Otto to solve the mystery behind the murders, Jessa felt drawn to the gruff detective, such as he was drawn to his romance books.

The book started slow, and I wondered if it was more that I needed to learn the key players and the terminology. Very quickly, I was engrossed in the murder mystery and became enthralled the more I read. I adored Jessa and his carefree attitude and his yearning for life. Otto was no nonsense, a Mike Hammer-style character. All of Ms. Sky’s characters were depth-filled and intriguing. Her delivery was carefully crafted, a mystery within a conundrum and although there was an HEA, there was definitely more to come in the second book. Marketed as a trilogy, I look forward to reading the next book, as the ending of A Vampire’s Heart left unanswered questions and a thriller to be solved.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review 


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2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

Friday, November 16, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ Seeking Solace by Ari McKay




Length: 55,188 words

Cover Design: Alexandria Corza

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Walker Boys Series

Book #1 - Striking Sparks - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #2 - Breaking Bonds - Amazon US | Amazon UK

Blurb

All hands on deck for a shipboard romance—with a secret.

Like his cousins, Devin Walker aspires to be a chef, but he wants to indulge his wanderlust while feeding his customers, and working a cruise ship seems like the solution. Since he can’t find an opening in the kitchen, he’s happy to start out in a position behind the bar.

While onboard Poseidon’s Pearl, Devin is assigned to shepherd a visiting executive. Paul Bailey is quiet and unassuming, and a car accident that cost him his leg also shattered his confidence. He doesn’t think he’s attractive to other men anymore, and Devin is eager to show him just how wrong he is. Paul has a surprising secret that might sink their passionate affair before it even leaves port.




Excerpt

PAUL MERCER stood in front of the full-length mirror mounted on the closet door and checked his tailor-made navy suit for lint or wrinkles before he left his cabin, which was more like a small hotel room than he’d expected. But Triton Cruises prided itself on being one of the more upscale cruise lines, and Poseidon’s Pearl was one of their top ships.

The suite was luxurious enough that Paul could have spent the entire trip inside, maybe reading on the private deck, which was big enough for two lounge chairs with a small table between them. But Paul wasn’t on vacation.

He’d been sent by his father, who was the CEO of Triton Cruises, to assess the ship and its crew and to report on whether the crew was adhering to company standards. To do so, he was posing as Paul Bailey, a new executive with the company who needed to learn about the cruise line. He was using his mother’s maiden name to help avoid anyone making a connection between him and the company’s founding family.

He glanced down at his pants, which were loose enough to hide the fact that he wore a prosthetic on his left leg below the knee. He’d covered the prosthetic foot with a shoe, and looking down at his dress shoes made him feel almost normal again. He had a slight limp, especially at the end of the day when he was tired, but most people were tactful enough not to ask about it, if they even noticed.

The other reason Paul had been sent was because he’d never been on a Triton cruise before. Hell, he’d never been on any cruise before. The cruise line was strictly eighteen-plus so Paul was never allowed to go with his parents when they took their annual trip while he was growing up. Then he’d gone away to college, and after graduation he went straight into grad school for his MBA. After that, he’d started working his way up the ladder at Triton and hadn’t taken much time off except for a few long weekends here and there. Then the accident happened. So the trip was a way for him to experience a Triton cruise from their guests’ perspective. It was also the last trip Paul would take anywhere in a while. Andrew Mercer was ready to retire, and he had put Paul on a fast track to taking over after Paul finished rehab and was cleared to return to work.

Focusing on his reflection, Paul smoothed his hand over his dark brown hair, which was cut short and neatly styled, its natural wave tamed with product. It was too early to go to the dining room, so Paul decided to visit the bar for a while instead.

While most cruise lines these days seemed intent on going the megaship route—huge vessels that could accommodate almost seven thousand passengers—Triton catered to a different clientele. Ships like Poseidon’s Pearl and her sisters carried a maximum of nine hundred passengers, with a crew of nearly six hundred, and every stateroom on the ship boasted a private balcony. The decor in the common areas was just as posh as it was in Paul’s cabin. As he left his cabin on Deck 7, it was only a short walk to the Seafarer’s Lounge.

He heard soft piano music—live, not recorded—as he entered the two-story lounge, which was set in the fore of the ship. It had glass windows from floor to ceiling on three sides that offered a magnificent, panoramic view of the Gulf of Mexico and the serenely blue sky above. The room was large, with stairways on the port and starboard sides giving access to the second level. Small clusters of loveseats and chairs were set around low tables, allowing for intimate groups to engage in conversation, while the rear of the room was lined in bookcases housing the ship’s library, which was large enough to cater to almost any taste. The plush carpet underfoot was patterned in tones of deep blue and gold, which set off the cream of the upholstery.

In the center of the room was a semicircular bar topped with polished mahogany, surrounded by comfortable high seats. As with everywhere else on the ship, the trademark of the line—a three-pronged triton—was subtly worked into the decor, such as the patterns of tile fronting the bar and the fabric covering the seats. There were no more than twenty or so people in the bar, broken into groupings around the room. Everyone was well-dressed, and conversations were muted, giving the room a relaxed and welcoming feeling.

As Paul approached the bar, he caught sight of the bartender, who was tall with broad shoulders tapering to a narrow waist emphasized by his tailored uniform vest. He had high cheekbones, a square jawline that looked sharp enough to cut paper, and skin with a rich copper glow that seemed to result from a combination of genetics and sunshine. His dark, thickly lashed eyes were crinkled at the corners as he flashed a dazzlingly white smile and handed an olive-garnished martini to his customer. His midnight-black hair was pulled back from his face and hung in a thick braid that reached all the way to his waist.

As soon as the bartender had scanned the customer’s cruise card and returned it, he turned to Paul, who had claimed a seat at the end of the bar, and Paul got the full effect of his smile. “Good afternoon, sir. I’m Devin. How can I make your day even better?”

The intense charisma behind that smile made Paul almost believe Devin meant the greeting for him alone, but he sternly reminded himself that the ship employees were supposed to say such things to all the customers.

“I’d like a glass of Malbec, please,” he said.

“Excellent choice,” Devin replied. He retrieved a bottle from the wine rack, and after uncorking the wine, he placed a crystal wineglass on the bar, then held an aerator over it as he poured a stream of the rich, dark wine from the bottle through it, making a bit of a show of the process. Then he set the bottle and aerator aside, placed a gilt-edged paper napkin in front of Paul, and served the glass of wine.

“Thanks.” Paul picked up the glass and took a sip, and he was pleased by the quality of the wine.

After cleaning up and recorking the bottle, Devin returned to Paul, favoring him with another smile. “How do you like it? Triton prides itself on the quality of the wines it serves, even the ones they use in the kitchen.”

Good to know, Paul thought, making a mental note for his report. “It’s good, thanks.”

Devin glanced around the nearly empty lounge, but he must not have seen anything that needed his attention, since his gaze returned to Paul. He tilted his head to one side, looking at Paul with a slightly puzzled expression. “If I may ask, sir, have you cruised with us before? You look familiar.”

Paul smiled as blandly as possible and shook his head. Full-sized portraits of Andrew Mercer and Abraham Mercer—Paul’s grandfather and the founder of Triton Cruises—hung in the atrium, so Paul wasn’t surprised one of the employees had picked up on the family resemblance.

“No, this is my first cruise,” he said, assuaging the slight pang he felt over deceiving the crew with the fact he was telling Devin the truth.

“All right, then. I’m very good with faces, and I’m sure I would have remembered you.” Devin grinned. “Especially since you’re almost as tall as I am.”

“Almost?” Paul raised one eyebrow. “I’d say we’re about even.”

“I’m six-foot-five,” Devin said. “In the lower areas of the ship, I have to be careful not to smack my head on the conduits.”

“Then we are in fact even,” Paul said. “I was in high demand for basketball teams all through school.”

Devin chuckled. “If that Charleston accent hadn’t already told me you weren’t from Texas, the basketball comment would have. I was in demand too, but as a wide receiver.”

“I’ve heard rumors that football is the state religion of Texas, but I’ve never played it myself,” Paul said, taking a sip of his wine. “I was on the varsity basketball team in high school, and I played intramural in college.”

“Nice,” Devin said. “I played in high school, then was offered a scholarship to Texas A&M, but football was never more than a hobby. I wanted to go to culinary school, and they don’t have football teams.” He lowered his voice. “Although we often played badminton with food that didn’t turn out very well. It’s amazing how much overdone chicken Kiev resembles a hockey puck.”

Paul chuckled. “How did you go from culinary school to tending bar on a cruise ship? Have you worked here long?”

“Six months, and it was a matter of opportunity,” Devin said. “My best friend and I took a cruise after… well, after I went through a bad breakup, and it was just what I needed. I fell in love with the ship, and the sea, and the travel. I’d never even been out of Texas before, and the travel bug bit me hard. I did some research, and Triton is far and away the best cruise line to work for. They have people lining up for jobs, and it took me almost two years to get my foot in the door, and then it was because I’d also trained in bartending. Of course I hope to work in the kitchen someday, but when they offered me a position I jumped on it, and I haven’t regretted it for a second.” Devin’s smile was rueful. “I hope I haven’t bored you to death.”

“Not at all.” Paul thought it was helpful for the staff to be friendly, especially on longer cruises like this one. It would promote the family atmosphere that Triton Cruises wanted to cultivate. “I don’t want to monopolize your time, though.”

Devin glanced around the nearly empty lounge. “It’ll be slow in here until after dinner,” he said. “The action right now is up by the pool. But once the sun goes down, everyone will come into the Seafarer to socialize and listen to the cruise director’s talk about our ports of call.”

“I should probably come back for that,” Paul said. “I don’t know much about the ports we’re visiting, and I don’t want to wander off without a plan.”

“There are some great shore excursions,” Devin said, his brown eyes shining with interest. “They have some for people who like to be physically active, like diving trips and hiking tours, and some for people who prefer to relax on the beach and play in the waves. They also have activities for people who want to experience the culture of the various islands. And if you’d prefer to be on your own, they’ll have maps to help you out.”

“Sounds like I shouldn’t have any problem finding something fun to do.”

“I’m sure you’ll have a great time,” Devin said. “If I may make a suggestion, there’s something you can do tonight. Just before midnight, go up on Deck 9. They have an open area to do outdoor yoga. The captain always turns off all the extra lights on the ship for several minutes, and we’ll be well away from land by then. You’ll be able to see more stars than you ever thought the sky could hold. It’s beautiful and humbling at the same time.”

“If I’m still awake, I’ll check it out.” Paul glanced at his watch, then slid off the bar stool, taking his wineglass with him. “I should probably head to the dining room.”

“Be prepared for a real treat,” Devin said. “I recommend the beef Wellington, and the triple chocolate torte with Chambord for dessert. Although you won’t go wrong with any of the selections. The food on the Pearl is fantastic.”

“You had me at triple chocolate,” Paul said, lifting his glass to Devin. Then he headed out of the lounge. He wanted to get there in time to take a few notes about what he had observed so far before dinner, but if the rest of the ship had the same kind of staff and atmosphere as the lounge, his assessment would be a glowing one.

Ari McKay is the professional pseudonym for Arionrhod and McKay, who have been writing together for over a decade. Their collaborations encompass a wide variety of romance genres, including contemporary, fantasy, science fiction, gothic, and action/adventure. Their work includes the Blood Bathory series of paranormal novels, the Herc’s Mercs series, as well as two historical Westerns: Heart of Stone and Finding Forgiveness. When not writing, they can often be found scheming over costume designs or binge watching TV shows together.

Arionrhod is a systems engineer by day who is eagerly looking forward to (hopefully) becoming a full time writer in the not-too-distant future. Now that she is an empty-nester, she has turned her attentions to finding the perfect piece of land to build a fortress in preparation for the zombie apocalypse, and baking (and eating) far too many cakes.

McKay is an English teacher who has been writing for one reason or another most of her life. She also enjoys knitting, reading, cooking, and playing video games. She has been known to knit in public. Given she has the survival skills of a gnat, she’s relying on Arionrhod to help her survive the zombie apocalypse.

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Seeking Solace by authors Ari McKay was my favorite in The Walker a Boys series. Even though I adored the other characters in the previous two books, Devin Walker and Paul Mercer were my two favorite men. 

Like much of his family, Devin aspired to be a chef, but took the nautical route to fulfill his dreams. Paul, heir to the cruise ship Devin worked on had secluded his life after a tragic accident and a similar breakup.

Devin and Paul were perfect for each other. As with the former couples, Ari McKay found the perfect mismatch to match. Small town Texas boys met city slickers with good hearts.

The angst and drama was enough to keep me interested but not over the top cheesy and unbelievable. The men were realistic with probable issues that could be solved and worked on, so everyone got their HEA.

Devin’s sense of humor, patience and guidance toward Paul was aptly displayed throughout the book, as was Paul’s desire to let his guard down and allow himself to be cherished and loved.

A winner of a tale.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

S.E.X. Spotlight~ Mr. Frosty Pants by Leah Blake



Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK - Exclusive to Amazon and Available to Borrow in Kindle Unlimited

Length: 90,000 word approx.

Cover Design: Wicked Smart Design

Blurb

Can true love warm his frozen heart?

When Casey Stevens went away to college four years ago, he ghosted on his straight best friend, Joel Vreeland. He hoped time and distance would lessen the unrequited affection he felt, but all it did was make him miss Joel more. Home for the holidays, Casey hopes they might find a way to be friends again. But Joel’s frosty reception reminds Casey of just how hard he had to fight to be Joel’s friend in the first place. It’s going to take a Christmas miracle to get past that cool façade again.

Joel isn’t as straight as Casey believes, and his years of pining for Casey have left him hurting and alone, caring for his abusive father and struggling to get by. Unable to trust anyone except his rescue dog—and with no reason to believe Casey is interested in him for more than a holiday fling—Joel’s icy heart might shatter before it can thaw.

Can Casey and Joel’s love overcome mistrust, parental rejection, class differences, and four long years apart? Mr. Frosty Pants is a stand-alone, Christmas gay romance by Leta Blake featuring a virgin hero, childhood friends-to-lovers, second chance romance, and steamy mm first times.



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Author Bio

Author of the bestselling book Smoky Mountain Dreams and the fan favorite Training Season, Leta Blake’s educational and professional background is in psychology and finance, respectively. However, her passion has always been for writing. She enjoys crafting romance stories and exploring the psyches of made up people. At home in the Southern U.S., Leta works hard at achieving balance between her day job, her writing, and her family.




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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

S.E.X. Spotlight~ Vampire's Embrace by Joey W. Hill

Vampire's Embrace

Vampire Queen Series 15

by  Joey W. Hill

 

Blurb

Nina's twin sister Sher has been groomed to be an Inherited Servant since she
was six years old. At twenty-eight, she will be given to a vampire of the Council's
choosing and serve him up to 300 years. While Sher insists that Nina is no less
service-oriented than herself, Nina does not see any correlation between her
own desire to pursue a career as a nurse and her sister's to be the slave of a
blue-blooded vampire, where she is allowed no will or dreams of her own.
It's 1941 and Nina signs up to serve with the Australian Army Nurses Service in
Singapore. What happens to her when the city falls to the Japanese will shatter
Nina all the way to the soul. But fate seems determined to give her more than
she can bear. When her sister dies in a car crash, Nina is informed that she must
take her place as an InhServ. She will be given to Lord Alistair, a vampire who
sees Nina as his property, to do with as he pleases.
Even as she rages against her fate, she is baffled at Alistair's insistence on
having her as his servant. Especially when the Council offers the Queensland
Region Master the option of another InhServ with all the proper training to
support his political needs. But that's not the most confusing thing about her new
Master. The ways in which he commands her surrender to him leads her to a
terrifyingly different understanding of her will and her dreams. By binding herself
to him, can she become whole again, but in a way she never expected?


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About the Author

Winner of the RT Book Reviews Career Achievement award, Joey W. Hill has
published almost fifty contemporary and paranormal BDSM erotic romances, including
six series. Her emotionally-intense love stories offer everything from vampires,
mermaids, witches and angels, to boardroom executives, cops and simple
housemaids. With her books, she hopes readers won’t “look past the sex,” but instead
will “look within it,” and find a story that can touch not just the body, but also the heart
and soul.

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S.E.X. Spotlight~ Training Tracey by Dark Inferno


Training Tracey

Tracey has known the Burtons practically all her life. They're her best friend's parents. When she was a little girl they took her on days out to the beach. But she's a woman now, and they have some very important lessons to teach her...

** Training Tracey is A wicked and uber-hot coming-of-age menage, filled with MF, FF & MFF scenes from the Lord of Lust's Dark and Dirty alter ego. There is NO cheating, NO cliffhanger and a guaranteed HEA with plenty of steam.**

WARNING 18+: This book is erotic and contains material that may be considered offensive to some readers, which includes graphic language, explicit sex, and adult situations.

#Erotica #menage #comingofage #youngadult

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2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ Obscene Ecstasy by Dakota Trace

This match should be perfect or so Calypso thinks...

Screw what they say about revenge being served best cold. She was out to prove there would be a man out there who could keep up with her. When her ex-fiancée tells her that she was too much for him in the sack, Kristy Daniels is beyond pissed. So after giving her ring back, she heads for the newest, and kinkiest resort in the Caribbean. Surely at a place like Club Ecstasy Caicos, she will find a stud – or two to make her forgot.

Lowell McCormick has always possessed a high sex drive - to the point he’s lost lovers because of his constant state of arousal for both men and women. So after his last lover threw in the towel, he turned to Ms. Calypso’s erotic resorts. Surely there was someone out there who needed sex as much as him. Once he meets Oliver Stoddard, a fellow guest, and has one incredible night with him, he’s in a hedonist heaven. That’s until they set their sites on the newest arrival to the resort – a woman who pushes both of their cocks into overdrive, but isn’t quite the easy lay they expect.

Has Calypso misjudged this time? Or will Oliver and Lowell be able to overcome Kristy’s prickly exterior and win her battered heart?




Obscene Ecstasy, Calypso’s Choice 3 was a sensual and sexy read. Dakota Trace always delivers a well written story with wonderfully imaginative characters. Lowell, Oliver, and Kristy fit that bill.

Once again the vixen Calypso had a lover’s wager with her pirate men, Warren and Davvy- create another match at her exclusive resort and reap the benefits of her doing when she succeeded. Succeeding placed her one step closer to her goal and the “arms” of Warren and Davvy wrapped around each other.

Club Ecstasy afforded Lowell and Oliver the opportunity to fulfill their hedonistic fantasies of having another being able to keep up with their sexual drive. Kristy, also with a voracious appetite, longed for a lover to keep her on the edge and in a blissfully orgasmic state. What she didn’t bargain for were two men willing to fulfill her every desire and need, if she was willing to submit to her fantasies.

What I enjoy about this series, is the connection Ms. Calypso has to the duo Davy Jones and the connection she created with her clients at Club Ecstasy. Every wish was realized and executed with satisfaction. The sexual encounters were imaginative and highly erotic, as Ms. Trace delivered spice and lustfulness.

The Calypso Choice books are not for the faint of heart. The language is crude, the sex mind blowing, not the prim-proper cup of tea. Be ready to feel this book in your marrow, and enjoy a post-orgasm glass of wine.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

Saturday, November 3, 2018

S.E.X. Cover Reveal~ Seductive Temptation

Seductive Temptation: A BWWM Romance Limited Edition Collection Genre: Contemporary Romance - Interracial

Featuring Author Reana Malori

Coming Jan 15, 2019

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Blurb

Seductive Temptation is a limited-edition collection of new, sexy BWWM
romances, that will ignite your senses, and stimulate your deepest desires. Be
prepared to be enamored with romantic tales that will leave you craving for more.
This compilation is filled with alpha males and the bronze beauties they love.
Be warned, each story is a must-read tale that will tempt you to read long past
your bedtime.
The stories in the collection are exclusive and can't be found anywhere else.
Don't wait, this box set will only be available for a limited time before it is gone
forever!
Note: This collection contains content that is not appropriate for readers under
the age of 18.
Retain Me by Peyton Bank. “Attorney-client privileges has a whole new
meaning...”
A Hero’s Love by Posey Parks. “Occasional hook-ups is what she proposed but I
need more.”
Forever Harley’s by Elisabeth. “I want everyone to see how beautiful my girl is
and for them to know they could never have her because she belongs to me.”
Pose For The Camera by Kiarra M. Taylor. “Two cover models, a series of sexy
shoots, hands (and tongues) are bound to get...misplaced. Pose for the camera!”
Love Me Endlessly by Theresa Hodge. “He doesn’t share and neither does she.”
The Designer by ML Preston. “Measure twice, cut once is the saying. Where’d
falling in love come from?”
Take Me Slow by Shani Greene-Dowdell. “If tonight is all we have, please take it
slow.”
Karma by Donna R. Mercer. “He was a playboy used to getting any and every
woman that he wanted until his date with...”
Dark Angel by Reana Malori. “Her beauty is the reason he wants her, but his
darkness is what makes her stay.”
Summertime Sadness by L.B. Keen. “A memory of a kiss brings about a passion
that she never expected.”
Roll the Dice by Janae Keyes. “One weekend to escape, and with the roll of the
dice, I’m his to gamble.”
BX: The Boyfriend Experience by Sade Rena. “An experience the leaves her
wishing he was her boyfriend.”

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Author Bio

 
Reana Malori is a Bestselling Author of Multicultural / Interracial Contemporary
Romance. She weaves romance stories that pull the reader into her world, and
helps them share in her universe, even if only for a short time. She began her
writing journey in 2009, releasing her first novella, To Love a Marine. Since then,
she has released more than 30 books of varying lengths, to include Weekend
Fling, Escape to Heaven, Finding Faith, and Conall.
Reana currently resides in Montclair, Virginia with her husband and two sons
who keep her busy laughing, having fun, and making sure she doesn’t take
herself too seriously.
Author website and social media links:
Website: www.reanamalori.com
Amazon Buy Page: https://amzn.to/2D2dKGq
Twitter: @ReanaMalori
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/reanamalori/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/reana_malori
Facebook Fan Page: www.facebook.com/Reana.Malori.Author
BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/reana-malori

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